One highly requested feature that Apple still hasn’t implemented natively into iOS is the ability to sync photos over WiFi or 3G to your Mac or PC. Luckily, with the help of a new app and desktop client called Cinq, you can now do exactly that from your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Here’s how you do it.
3. Sign up for a free account within the app.
Once you have done this you are ready to start syncing your photos wirelessly over 3G or WiFi. To do this, select the small camera icon in the top right corner to take a new picture or select media store in your device’s native Photos.app.
Your connected Mac or PC will show up under “Personal Media” on the app’s homepage once you launch the desktop client. Photos saved in your “Saved to Cinq” folder within the app will automatically sync with the desktop client wirelessly.
If you would rather not all your photos be automatically transferred upon bringing them into the app, you can change this by navigating to the app’s Settings and switching “Auto Send Photos” to OFF.
Cinq will also allow you to share photos directly with Facebook, Twitter (via TwitPic), or email right from the Mail.app. When viewing a photo within the app, hit the arrow icon in the bottom left hand corner to select one of these options.